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menglish

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    Silver Spring, MD
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  1. Here is a few pics. note the small acro frag at the top left in the first pic and the 1 head of the orange yuma. 3 years later, the acro is over 12"X12" and the yuma has over 20 heads. It is the brightest thing in my tank. Its stunning IMG_9738.HEIC IMG_0025.HEIC
  2. i think you are in good shape.
  3. Agreed, I was going to say if you can have a large enough container to store about 10-15% of your systems volume would be great. How much space do you have?
  4. We went to St John a few years ago and have had the best snorkeling there. It was absolutely great. Even swam with a giant Ray. It was the bay where the eco tents were. dont remember the name. Thought it was going to eat me when it opened its mouth to feed. Wanted to go back there a few years ago, but after Maria blew through and took all the leaves off all the trees there (no joke, look at the sat images), not sure how the reefs were affected or how much the island has recovered since
  5. The tank looks clean and empty. you need more corals and fish, dude
  6. Not yet, but i will look at it since i have access to it
  7. I have never used them, but i have seen reports where the PAR output is very high, up to 900-1000. So you will need to place them high of the tank to cut down on the PAR. Lots of people have good experience with them, but as stated above, they can burn out very fast.
  8. A fellow Euphyllia lover. Ah!! nice to meet and welcome to WAMAS Let us know how we can help you out
  9. I would do that lots people have successful tank without skimmer. it will help not sure it’s necessary for success
  10. Wanted to share this to the community. I also posted it on R2R Reef_bulider.pdf
  11. This skimmer is rated for up to 150g. How big a tank you thinking of? Bigger is always better in this case. Plus if you do regular wc you can help out the skimmer some and add a sump with Macroalgae will help. Tough to say. You plan on big fish or small ones? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Good luck Greg Let us know how we can help Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Welcome to the club. You will find that there are lots of knowledgeable folks here that shares the same addiction. Just ask you questions.
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